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, there's more activity. the molecules are jiggling faster. they have more energy of motion. we got a name for energy of motion. what do we call it? - kinetic energy. - kinetic energy. there's more kinetic energy in the molecules in a hot cup of coffee than a-- you know that. that's what it means to say that something's hot, that it has more energy. we might say more thermal energy. more strictly speaking, we'll say more internal energy, more energy internal to the system. so there's much more internal energy in a hot cup of coffee than a cold cup of coffee. what's got more internal energy, a hot cup of coffee or an iceberg floating down at the antarctica? check your neighbor for an estimate. a humongous iceberg or a small hot cup of coffee: which has the more internal energy? all the energy combined-- what would it be, gang? yeah, the iceberg is frozen. how many say the hot cup of coffee still has more kinetic energy of all those molecules and those zillions and zillions-- come on, no, it's the other way around, gang. [laughter] it turns out there's more internal energy in the humongous i
a friend do it -- grab one of those drinks that promise to give you a boost of energy. they even say "energy" on the label. but as nicole reports, energy drinks could be packing a dangerous punch. >> for more than a thousand years, people have relied on coffee to help them wake up. >> i drink coffee because it gives me more energy and i wake up and i'm ready to go for the day. >> they can get a little energized, you know, to get going. >> it's not the coffee that gets you energized. it's the caffeine in the coffee. there's also caffeine in many types of soda, as well as some teas. in moderation, caffeine doesn't cause problems for most people, but too much caffeine is bad for you. >> it could affect your heart, it could affect your mind, it could affect your breathing rate, it can affect a lot of things. >> and that brings us to energy drinks. most of us don't realize that the typical energy drink can deliver far more caffeine than we should have. that's why public-health officials, like dr. delaney, are concerned. >> over the last five years, what we've seen is a marked increase in
a range of topics during question time, including increasing childcare benefits, rising energy prices, and the upcoming commonwealth conference. right before question time started, prime minister cameron offered condolences to the six reddish nationals -- british nationals killed in the attack in nairobi. >> questions to the prime minister. >> thank you mr. speaker. i am sure the whole house will want to join me in offering our condolences to the families and friends of those people who lost their lives and the appalling terrorist attack in nairobi, in particular the six british nationals who lost their lives. this was a despicable attack that demonstrates how we must continue to do all we can to defeat international terrorism. i am sure the house will also want to join me in paying tribute to andrew duncan who died on the 21st of september while on duty. a reminder of the sacrifices that police officers make on our behalf every day. the house will wish to congratulate professor peter higgs who is chairing this year's nobel prize for physics. it is a richly deserved recognition of his
by operating off prior year funding while most of the department of energy's science and energy laboratories have enough carryover funding to operate through november. the national security laboratories and stockpile production sites of the nnsa are not in the same position, in that same position. this week, the nnsa sites began notifying workers that they'd be shutting counsel as early as october 17 to -- shutting down as early as october 17 in order to protect nuclear materials. by the end of the month, 90% of personnel at our nuclear weapon sites may be laid off, halting work to keep our nuclear weapons reliable. . once laid off some of these vital workers may never return. suspending an ongoing nuclear production operation is no simpletask. that interruption will lead to higher costs and only make it more difficult to maintain an aging stockpile. we must act now to prevent disruption of these important national security activities. we must also sustain the critical work that the nnsa's nonproliferation experts perform overseas. despite hopeful press reports, iran has not turned off its c
you can do freezing energy prices. while the chancellor said in his conference speech it was something out and i quote -- can he tell us is freezing energy prices a good idea or a communist plot? [laughter] >> i'll b leave the comments of plot to him. [laughter] first of all, can i thank them -- [cheers and applause] >> and i thank him for his kind remarks. of course, there's nothing i'd rather be doing on my birthday than this. [laughter] what this government is doing is legislating to put people on to the lowest energy tears. i think there's a real step forward. what i have to say on this issue of just promising a freeze it is a classic case of saying one thing and doing another. month after month he stood at this dispatch box as energy secretary and produce policy after policy, regulation after regulation, target after target, all of which were energy prices up. >> what's clear from that answer is he has no answer on labour's energy price freeze. and what is clear is it won't happen under him but it would happen under a labour government. now, he mentioned his policy on terrorist an
that's one degree celsius. if something is one degree above freezing, would it be radiating energy? yes. would that energy have a frequency? how about i compare that to radiating at two degrees above celsius? would that be radiating energy? would that energy have a frequency? yes. would that frequency be doubled? no. check your neighbor. yeah. ah. hey, gang. would the temperature be-- would the frequency be doubled? get right to that point. get right to that question. the question is: wouldn't that work best for kelvin? yeah. honey, it will only work for kelvin because one degree celsius is not twice as hot as two is-- i should say two degrees celsius is not twice as hot as one degree celsius. see, to say twice as hot is to imply twice the internal energy. try this one. the waitress brings over some coffee because you've ordered coffee with your apple pie, and you say, "oh, i'd like the coffee really hot." and she brings it over, and you put your trusty thermometer in, and, son of a gun, it's iced coffee. ice cubes and everything. it's zero degrees celsius. and you say to the waitress,
are accusing the government of sabotaging years of progress in renewable energies and putting a tax on the sun. ♪ but first the world's second and third largest economies warned the united states sort out your debt crisis and do it fast and china and japan predict problems if they do not resolve the deadlock or borrowing capacity soon and this was the cooperation summit in bali and the president should have been there but he stayed home to try to sort out his problems and this is a report from bali. >> reporter: the apex summit has officially been wrapped up, the leaders are all going home and we are left with the question how is this apex summit going to be remembered if at all. it was interesting to hear from the indonesia president when he opened and he said what we normally remember and what leaders usually remember are the food and they have at the dinner and it was a joke and symbolizes the wine and dine content of this summit. but of course there is a lot more to it. of course it's not a summit won't constant decision and it's about commitment and meetings. so what has been come out
sunlight. the druid wants to impose a levy on solar power to help pledged -- plug its energy debt. >> there is an argument in spain right now. the country is still mired in financial difficulty. the government has come up with an unusual proposal. calling for a tax on solar energy. >> a son, to the government, y echo >> some are enjoying an average of $3000 of sun each year. the nations is one of the leading providers of solar energy. producing so much, the production capacity now exceeds demand by 60%. the government has found itself in debt to the tune of 26 billion euros. to scale back the use of solar panels, the government decided to tax those who use them. in other words, taxing the very behavior they spent the last date trying to encourage. >> critics say this will damage progress toward meeting european year -- energy goals. it could set a dangerous precedent for other struggling countries like greece. aaron's energy regulator agrees and has called the proposed economically unviable and discriminatory. he invested his money in storing a solar panel in his home. >> with the
's the message from the biggest energy companies. we'll hear from rwe. >>> and if that's not enough, in an hour's time, it will be over to find out who won this year's nobel peace prize. >> yep. plenty to talk about today. we start off with breaking news from the ia, the international energy agency. the big thing to focus on here seems to be opec crude supplies down below 30 million barrels a day for the first time in more than two years. this has been led by steep declines in libya and iraq. output down 29.9 million barrels a day. despite audi output topping 10 million barrels a day for a third month running. they raised the 2013 oil demand forecast to 91 million barrels a day, projected at 1 million barrels a day for 2013, as well. they're talking about exceptionally high u.s. crude refinery runs, as well. joining us for more, jason gallow, head of oil and gas research at la croix. jason, what do you make of the big outage or the big drop in opec supplies? >> it was to be expected because libyan operations have been under a lot of stress over the last several months, really. .it's related to
brazilian ambassador as well as those of staff at the ministry managing their energy reserves. in a twitter post, president rousseff said -- journal"l street reports chronic electrical failures have plagued the massive new data facility in preventing its opening. there have been 10 meltdowns in over a year that have prevented the nsa from using its computers. contact official described the malfunctions as a flash of a box, sparking fiery explosions, melting metal, and costing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. in libya, militants are calling for the kidnapping of americans and attacks on europe-bound gas pipelines after the u.s. snatched an accused bombing suspect off the streets of tripoli saturday. he is facing interrogation on board a u.s. warship in the mediterranean. as of monday, he had not been read his miranda rights. on monday, libya summoned its u.s. ambassador to answer questions about the capture, a top suspect in the 1998 bombings of the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania. libya says it had no prior knowledge of the operation while the u.s. claims it provided assista
. but some partiers are feeling the energy bi eergy by sharing just the music, the lights are flashing, the beat is thumping and a drug culture looming that threatens it all. here is abc's gio ben spichitez. >> reporter: ultimate power tripping, tens of thousand of people at your fingertips, moving in sync. waiting for the beat to drop. ♪ ♪ >> you can't get any closer than this! >> reporter: these djs are kings, tiesto, calvin harris are raking in tens of millions. harris outearning katy perry and jay-z, pulling in $46 million over the last year. because in the past few years, electronic dance music, edm for short has exploded into a full blown movement. >> every kid wants to be a dj. because he is like wow. you know, you're on stage. you're the star. it is like a crazy rock 'n' roll life. it is good money. and the fame. >> reporter: and today this is the mecca. >> abc groupies. we're at tomorrow world one of the largest music festivals on the planet in the u.s. for the first time. >> vip check in. let's go. an hour outside of atlanta, i am embraced from strangers all over the word
and going abroad is the red line. >> reporter: the government will scale back plans for nuclear energy, under the policy sewell will produce 22% from nuclear plants and half the previous target and nuclear plants are under scrutiny since the fukushima reactor in japan was damaged in an earthquake and tsunami and we are in seoul. >> this is a study and recommendation and a strong one and comes with some sort of government approval in the fact it was a statement from the energy ministry in which the conclusion was released and also the fact that it is timed to coincide with a large energy conference hosted by south korea at this moment. so it's a strong signal of south korea's intended direction of travel in terms of nuclear policy and reversal of that put in place just five years ago under the previous administration. then the plan was by 2030 to pretty much double the amount of nuclear power generated into the electricity grid raising the proportion to about 60% of electricity production. now this new plan would have the level pretty much remaining as it is now, between 22 and 29%. now
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.com. >>> a major energy deal, reagain see energy partners will pie the rival gas pipeline operator pvr for $5.6 billion including debt and gives it a foot hole into shale fields. it is at $25.44 and pvr to $25.75. >>> two of the smart phone makers co-founders are considering a bid to buy the company. according to a filing, mike and douglas have an 8% stake in blackberry and considering making a bit for the whole company. the stock up 1% to finish at $8.20. >>> cutting the work force by 5%, the move accelerates the cost reduction plans and comes as other drug companies downsize their operations. the stock gained 3.5% to $40.59. >>> gilliad shares rose thanks to successful results of a trial of a leukemia strong. they are stopping a late-stage study because patients improved substantially. it will talk about getting approval. it closed at $62.74. >>> shares of tiffany upgraded at stern ag. the firm says the luxury retailer will benefit from a rapidly growing international business and rebound in the u.s. operatio operations. the analyst reiterated his price target of $86 a share. that powered u
believe it all started. was at first a hot dense cloud of energy then formed into particles. these became the building blocks of our world, but why and how this happened is a mystery. one theory was and continues to be tested at the research center near geneva, switzerland. here scientists have been shooting particles down a tunnel to see what happens. in march they found what they believe is similar to what may have happened. >> we knew so little in the beginning about where this park call might be in mass and therefore how high in energy machines would have to go before it could be discovered and it has been a very long development over the years of the technology of building machines at higher and higher energy. >> reporter: now that they say they know where and when to find the particle, scientists are trying to figure out hot it work. they hope over time their work will lead to new understanding of the physical world and new technologies that could change the lives of us all. >>> a new malaria vaccine has shown hope that it could help children in developing worlds. it is now hoping t
a wind energy project to kill five golden eagle is year over a five year period. that's four million eagles. the reasoning is wind energy reduces the co2 in the air which redouuces climate change and benefits eagles and wildlife. i was for this when thought they were talking about the band. >> i was for, i just don't think any energy source should be subsidized even if it is killing eagles. >> do you think peta will step up and fight this like they do everything else or because it's for wind mills they'll be okay with it? >> i don't know. it's selective enforcement. selective is my word. >> there's the murderer right there. that's the manson family of alternative energy. go ahead. >> it's okay. they make sure they enforce these rules protecting the eagles when it comes to an oil company or a gas company but they're going to exempt because it's wind energy. the wall street journal pointed out all the wind farms produced global carbon dioxide. >> it's wishful thinking. it's hot air. i want you to take a look at those. look at them mock the birds. look how peaceful i am and somehow slow
. >> they're still hot. >> there's no penetration. the way it's designed, it actually absorbs the energy and collapses around it which is perfect for a ballistics panel. if you are holding it, your hand is going to sting but rather than my chest. >> would you try it on a heavier round? >> let's try a .357 magnum. >> how heavy is that? >> it depends on the weight. this is about 1150 feet per second coming out of the muzzle, this one is about 1200 feet per second. depends on what you're firing and what you prefer. >> my son asked me if we could put his homework in here. sorry, jessie, no such luck. you got do your homework. >> hot, eyes and ears. [ shots ring out ] >> clear. >> if you think about the power it takes for this insert to stop a bullet traveling at an incredibly fast velocity and actually trap it within the insert it's pretty amazing. >> i'm going to go ahead and admit that i'm pretty impressed by how the ballistic backpacks withstood some pretty powerful weaponry at the range. but it's not as well as they can take the gun fire, there's also the question of whether or not teach
this ldrd research. we provide cleaner energy vehicles. the chevy volt, for example. the chevy volt would not be able o cruise on battery power. also rblings airport security, we are thankful and grateful that at the airport, they are able to detect many of the explosives that terrorists would seek to use to take down an airplane. ld rmp d we can thank them that makes our airports so much safer. i was a prosecutor for seven years and so many cases, whether homicides or sexual assaults, we were able to put perpetrators away because of d.n.a. research conducted at our national laboratories. we can add human anti-body detection and attaching suspect to courtroom. and that science is so powerful when you have so many questions about who committed the crime that all jurors can accept the research that has come out of l dmprmp d. i want to yield to a colleague of mine from new mexico who represents the albuquerque area sandia, new mexico. and the gentlelady has the lab and yield to her and tell us what this shutdown has had on our national laboratories. ms. lujan grisham: i draw attention to th
by mexicans. that's not going to change, but the energy bill is one that opens up to private investment. they don't have the resources necessary to exploit sources of energy. i believe the private sector and are could be instrumental. the united states more than 9000 wells have been drilled for shale gas. it could only work in three. we know our reserves are quite large. energy is abundant in our country. therefore we need to exploit our resources away it should be, and that's my proposal. it will trigger debate, and some will disagree, but congress will have to review my proposals. some other political forces have presented their own bill, but we need to find the best formula to create energy safety. >> that was mexican president nieto speaking. coming up, our special series continues. we will be looking at europe's hydrolytic fracking industry. the region is trying to get it off the ground, but it is facing challenges. stay tuned for the details. >> welcome. it's a weeklong look at the practice of hydraulic fracturing or fracking. it's a controversial process that uses a mixture of wa
: exporting our energy boom, should we or shouldn't we? as the u.s. becomes more successful in producing our own oil, refiners here are shipping more fuel oversees than ever before. federal law banses most shipments of you know oil, finish products created from the crude like gas and diesel are allowed to be exported. as the industry grows, the argument whether or not we should be selling this stuff is growing even louder. with me in total disagreement, fox news steve moore from the "wall street journal." we have matt, an energy analyst at stansbury research. thanks for joining us. steve, let me start with you. this makes a lot of sense. we're in the middle of an energy boom here in the u.s. we're making things like diesel which is europe is very expensive. should we be selling it there, making money, creating job, what do you think? >> i don't think there is any question about it. what is so exciting about our energy future, melissa, sometime the next eight to 10 years the united states will a net energy export country which is a wonderful thing to think about given the last 40 years we've
. why this one? simple. it's not a generator of energy, it's merely a conveyor of energy. and that's a nice way to augment dominion, which has some coal. beyond that, coned has people switching from natural gas. and as 7,000 buildings in the city do have that. a ready supply of gas, natural gas, in a city where tremendous growth is still occurring. one that's not all that affected by domestic crisis, because the economy's more international than many realize. finally, i think we get a chance to buy southern company, s.o., which has a 5% yield, with an amazing history of paying that dividend. i've interviewed southern several times and i think they get the dividend better than any other utility. they have the portfolio match for the dividend street adviser. dsa is selected southern. because their portfolio has beaten the dow jones dividend by picking the stocks that have consistently raised their payouts, which is exactly the opposite of what a bond can do. i've got three others that are flying with the debt default or the plummeting into default. both sides claim that it's impossib
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- energy independence - but at what cost. we'll talk about that. i'll visit with one pennsylvania community that has been split over fracking and its effects. that's next. >>> a new word barely heard about by the energy industry a decade ago is well-known. fracking. it mixes water and chemicals to fracture rock and force out natural gas and oil. fracking allows energy companies to get at immense natural gas deposits in the united states, sparking a drilling boom. natural gas companies point out it is cleaner burning fuels and abundant domestically. we wanted to understand the impacts on community. i travelled to greene county, to consider a place rich in reserves and full of worry about the future. >> cattle graze on a mix of grasses and greens. here on sandra brown's farm in greene county, in the south-western corner of pennsylvania. brown says it's a great time to be selling organic beef. >> there's much more demand than i can supply. >> you might wonder why she's put her farm on the market. >> how much is it up for sale for? >> 449. that's a 3800 square foot house, b&b and 45 acres, a po
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. people who need to eat before they exercise, they neat the energy to get going. and -- need the energy to get going. and others have a huge craving after the work out, because they expended energy. i personally like to have maybe a piece of fruit before i work out, nothing more, i like to be as empty as possible. >> that's how athletes do it. >> in training for tithe -- triathalons, there's an important 30 minute window of time after you work out, get loy-- low-fat chocolate milk. >> do not exercise for 10 minutes and reward yourself with 10 must have -- muffins. >> food #3 -- clue #3. let's check the next clue >> announcer: i am filled with love and warmth every year, but also can give you a bit of a chill, what am i? >> your boss. [ laughter ] >> no. >> you are sticking with the boss thing. >> let's see the answer. >> the fall. >> this is interesting, during the fall and winter your appetite increases. and one of the reasons why it increases is because when your body is full, when your stomach is full, you radiate 10% more body heat. so, it's a natural survival mechanism, you obvious
an u-turn on its plans for nuclear energy. >>> and why the latest four wheel arrival is bringing opinions in indonesia. >> we begin this news hour with reports that four of the seven aid workers kidnapped in syria have been released. three others remain in captivity in a rebel-held area in northern syria. let's go live to neighboring lebanon in beirut. what do you know about this? >> reporter: not much, as as far as we know, and this is information that the international red cross committee is providing, they're still waiting for the fate of the three other international aid workers. they were taken at gunpoint on sunday in the province. they were taken in the town of a rebel-controlled town, in a town that has a really strong presence of foreign fighters, al-qaeda-linked fighters. they were provided medical assistance to people there. but they left the city, and they were on their way to damascus when the incident happened. it highlights the growing insecurity in the hello-held north. the. of kidnappings of foreign aid workers as well as foreign journalists is on the ride. the g
owl all the oil in the united states without it affecting the price? you're betting on superior energy. why? >> we still like the oil and service gas companies out there. cap-ex budgets have not been spent. we're going into the winter months if we have cold winters up in canada they can get out there and drill. there is some really good movement of equipment around the country into the permian basin and the bakkan basin. we think that is set up for really good next couple years in their opportunities. cheryl: chris, jason, gentlemen, thanks to both of you. great to have you especially on a day with this massive rally. scott shellady we'll check in with you shortly with the s&p futures close which will look pretty good here. david: that is understatement. will america rise as world's energy top producer still not affecting prices as much as opec does. doesn't that make you mad? when will that change? we asked the two best energy analysts on the planet period! cheryl: i agree with you on those two guys. we're counting down to a high-stakes meeting between president obama anddtop house re
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to 2.9%. we're seeing year over year declines in energy, consumer discretionary and in telecom. yesterday we had headlines in terms of the energy sector whereby chevron announced their third quarter numbers won't match second quarter return. proximal good signs in technology area from hp, where first half of the year, year over year declines, we've seen gains from first to third quarter. >> we're seeing this shutdown as rich said, earnings are now coming in a bit. we're seeing this shutdown impact, anticipation about the economy and certainly the earnings period. what are you expecting to hear from those central bank heads and foreign rz at the imf this weekend in washington? >> if there's progress this weekend in washington we think they'll express relief because we've heard from the imf they don't want to see anything that destabilizes the economy but we heard economists bringing down numbers already. second time in a week, in the last 24 hours, we heard from the chinese saying they're watching the situation. they're the biggest owners of u.s. debt. i had the opportunity to a
greener choices with tax breaks, fees behind solar energy. >> fighting for food justice, improving the health of children. >> wall street has other things on its mind besides the shutdown. what will be the latest market moving news. >> welcome back. to business news now, can stocks rebound from the recent selloff? good morning. >> good morning. that is the big question. all is calm at the moment, futures flat this hour. investors may be taking a breather from all the selling. the dow stands blow 15,000 again at 14936. ththe european markets are down across the board for the second straight day. asia hosted modest gains. as if the stalemate in washington was not affecting the markets enough, today we find out how much money former do you stocks made. this could lead to a lot more significant and buying in the market. one analyst says she's ready. >> for us as investors, this is where we actually would use investors fears and concerns about the future as a buying opportunity. particularly with high quality companies that we know are going to deliver quarter after quarter. >> friday w
around two kinds of hubs and centers of knowledge and ideas and clucstes of energy production. tell us about the trebds. >> a lot of people, including tom freedman have seen a conflict between the knowledge economy and energy economy. they argue, well, if you have a lot of energy and natural resources, you have a natural resource curse and don't develop. that might be true of places in the middle east which are living off natural riches. but in the united states our centers of knowledge are growing, great metropolitan areas in cities like new york or san francisco bay area, but also these college towns but what's really interesting to see our energy economy take off. as i point out in the piece, a place like houston is not just an energy economy but rounds it off with software and i argue in the piece that america has latched on to a new growth model which is knowledge and energy. i think that growth model is potentially much more powerful than the old housing and auto and suburban growth model we had before. >> in the article you document how some of these urban areas where there were
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surprise, because the reserves are so vast that they'll help solve america's energy needs for the next century. [ticking] >> if you were waiting for the day global warming would change the world, that day is here. it's happening far from civilization's notice in a place about as remote as you can get. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. we live on an increasingly endangered planet, from the glaciers of antarctica to the rich prairie lands of canada. and the ultimate disaster may be financial as well as environmental. later in this episode, scott pelley reports from antarctica on the wide-ranging effects of global warming. and later bob simon has a story from canada on the environmental damage caused by the next great oil rush. but our first story involves a controversial waste product that could have damaging effects on the environment. there are more than 600 coal-fired power plants generating electricity in the u.s., and those plants produce 130 million tons of waste called coal ash. it contains concentrations of mercury, arsenic, lead, and other toxic materials. and a
engines and navigation tools it never set sail. that creative energy stays here at pier 50. that create aid problem with the landlord. port says owners have rent aid parking space. now they're taking issue with how they're using that space same way your landlord might not like you living in a garage. spokesperson says it does not include office space, or living aboard the vessel and have given the end of the month to move the start ups or move the boat. >> if they understood, they'd want us here. >> he's hoping to work out a compromise before the deadline. >> we'll let you know whachls a man has been aested for punching a safeway store manager. you can see what happened. here on abc 7 news last month. the manager is knocked to the door floor with a blow without provocation. the video applaud -- aplowe aplowed -- allowed police to arrest the man responsible but did not release his booking photo pending what they say is further investigation. >> workers securing the region water supply reached a milestone. miners connected two ends of a funnel. san francisco public utilities commission pr
in the next couple years. >> this is bill waives the way to overhaul it's energy rate structure, those living in hotter communities may see will heer bills, those living in cooler coastal communities can see their rates rise. any new rate would affect energy for three major utilitis. pg&e, so cal edison. >> it's going to re-examine rates for 75% of the energy comes from. >> legislation aimed at encouraging people to use alta tiff sources such as solar energy increasing a number of people who can get credit for excess energy they generate from solar panels. >> a forecast indicates we'll be paying more to heat homes this winter. a lot more. 13% higher than last year, homes heated using electricity will only pay 2% more. adding to worries federal funding to assist low income families to pay bills has been reduced $2 billion. 16,000 people have turned in completed april politics for subsidized health insurance through covered california. astatistics show yorj 27,000 have been partially completed. many reported difficulty getting into the program web site we told you about that. the web site cover
shaechlz working engines and navigation tools it never set sail. that creative energy stays here at pier 50. that create aid problem with the landlord. port says owners have rent aid parking space. now they're taking issue with how they're using that space same way your landlord might not like you living in a garage. spokesperson says it does not include office space, or living aboard the vessel and have given the end of the month to move the start ups or move the boat. >> if they understood, they'd want us here. >> he's hoping to work out a compromise before the deadline. >> we'll let you know whachls a man has been aested for punching a safeway store manager. you can see what happened. here on abc 7 news last month. the manager is knocked to the door floor with a blow without provocation. the video applaud -- aplowe aplowed -- allowed police to arrest the man responsible but did not release his booking photo pending what they say is further investigation. >> workers securing the region water supply reached a milestone. miners connected two ends of a funnel. san francisco public utilities
. twenty-two dollars a ilowatt hour for energy out of me when mel when you could buy it at of a coal-fired plant and 22 cents. who is kidding who? it to subsidize joke. >> i have to say that i cannot agree could not agree more. china gets it so well. they will spend a couple trillion dollars over the next couple of years on renewable energy. because you don't need water for one thing, you don't need water for wind. we are spending next to nothing on us. china has gone from nowhere to building a smart grid that can run the energy supply. we are going to lose the 21st century. charles: but when will this affect our stock market? >> pretty soon. it has already reflected. the typical american right now has seen his income fall since the beginning of the century. a 13 year false in real median incomes and i don't think we saw anything like that even during the depression. this is why you are seeing all these shenanigans and no one is saying that i'm an american, what can we do about growth. we have to grow this conomy still on. charles: what you say? >> stephen is correct. the people are
a hot dense cloud of energy and then formed into past particles and the first to have mass these have become the building blocks of the world but why and how it happened is still being tested here in geneva they have been shooting atoms at great speed down a tunnel to see what happens. in march they confirmed a existence to a subatomic particle that turns energy into mass and holds everything together like glue. this is named after a man who thought it may exist peter higgs. >> we knew so little about where this particle might be in mass and how an energy machines would have to go before to could be discovered. and it's been a very long development over the years of the technology of building machines higher and higher. >> tnow they know where and when to find the boson scientists are trying to figure out where and when it works. they are hoping over time their work will learn to a new physical understanding of the world and new technology that could help us all. >> i'm meteorologist david warren. looking a the northeast. >> the storms last night. and it's calmer. we will find a chill
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look at oil, the talk from the international energy agency's, they basically came out and said, if we go over the steps, economic turmoil, we will have a two month supply, way oversupplied market. even without the economic turmoil, suppliers globally l looking good. opec production is exceeding demand. that has put a negative flow on the market. you cannot get rid of the government's tough because of oil was pushing down toward the lows. we rebounded when there was a report that in the the republicans have sometting of substance on the table and the white house is having talks behind the scenes. that was from the market. crude oil joined in the party and rallied strongly. gold, you know, a deal is bearish. if the republicans and the white house talked they get a budget deal done. no safe haven buying. the market goes down. it is a report earlier today, as the possibility thaa the u.s. treasury might even consider using gold. the gold in fort knox to pay our payments if we go over the edge which caused a massive sell-off. of course, it even caused apologist -- pause in trading. want to
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